Sunday, 5 January 2014

Zero Ambiguity Version of LANGANA's First Outputs

My Turkish Parser page at Source Forge:

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This is a Turkish-Parser output of Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men'.  I did the
parsing first by using my Turkish Language Parser LANGANA.  I reduced the
ambiguity to less than %5 using LANGANA's various modules.  I reduced the ambiguity
less than 3 percent by using procedural appraoches using editor commands such as
'change'.  I corrected the remainder manually using my Turkish fluency.  I
reduced the ambiguity to 0.00 at the end.

If studied it will be noticed that there are style choices made because of the
dictionary I have used and because of me as a person.

LANGANA has a module to upload this parse output to a MySQL database.  I have
written a very simple JAVA program using queries to answer questions about
the text.

The book is approximately 100 pages long, there are 27470 words.  You can find
statistical data below.



Currently, I am looking for financial support, possibly a customer to continue my work.
My intention is to make a product which reads a long text and then answers questions
through internet.  The questions will be read from a web page automatically and the
answers will be posted similarly or sent by e-mail automatically.

Some possibilities for this project follows:
1-There may be an online version of this consequently.
2-Very large text searching, such 1-2 thousand pages and outlining a specific area.
Legal texts, medical texts, etc. specialization.
3-Legal recording scanning.  Telephone recordings, aviation related recodings scanning.
4-Turkish to English translation machine.

Ali Riza SARAL

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